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yoga and meditation therapy? it sounds like nonsense. >> think of the people of connecticut they have been and trauma. it could be behavioral therapy that is what we talk about. it is remarkable what can be done. john: what is goldman bent $10 million? >> alatas studies on this specific intervention says it works well for this 6318 population that is being treated as adults in the adult jail. john: you have volunteers in this did in vermont? >> good ideas with this of what we're talking about i hope this comes out good but a gooddea is spread because they want to start their own versson so volunteers in medicine say free clinics can help those without insurance as well as obamacare. now there are 92 free clinics. after 15 years. it is not a media. 100 years ago we had a lot of immigrants and settlement houses across the united states. they copied each other it was not located through department of hhs but they raise their own money. this process can still go on. we can encourage it. >> now with a sophisticated website you can see where the money goes? >> you have better indicators. no
in connecticut, new york and new jersey. melissa: is there anything that can be done to the particular bill to strip it down? i don't want to stand in the way of helping people that are really hurting but at the same time it would irk me to know end, $2 million to repair the smithsonian's roof in d.c., was it damaged by hurricane sandy and that more important than helping people again whose whole lives have been deindividual? >> the way to deal with it, strip out spending targeted to federal assets and facility and focus on moye any that should go to victims, states, local governments in the impacted area. those are things we're talking about. transpourtation repairs, debris removal, aid to victims. that is the stuff we need to focus on not all the other stuff that can be put in a appropriations bill next year if the obama administration thinks it is important enough. melissa: or not at all. a lot of this stuff shouldn't be done at all. where do you think the bill will go from here? will this thing get passed whether it irks us or not? >> i think they will strip some stuff out and debate a
will be gone. massachusetts and connecticut will be out of the ski business completely. you can only adapt so much before you say the revenue is not there to keep the doors open. sandra: what are your forecasters telling you now about the coming year? obviously we just had, last winter was the fourth warmest on record since 1896. things should get better from that, right? >> well we sure hope so but we're looking at the long-term trend. when you look at climate change you can't predict individual weather patterns over the next week or the next month. we're looking at the long-term trend. up fortunately as you mentioned we're working on the first 11 months of this year are the hottest on record in the united states. we have to go after the problem the problem is industrial carbon pollution. we have to strike a blow against climate change. sandra: we have to leave it there, bob but i'm wondering, can't we just keep making snow? can't we put snow on those mountains you know? it is expensive i know. >> it's expensive. half a million dollars a year on average for a ski resort to make its own snow.
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